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    September 10, 2010
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terry jones. jos had proposed burning copies of the koran in protest. on thursday, the issue seemed headed toward a compromise. jones announce that he would put plans to burn the copy is on hold and announce that he would travel to new york to meet with the iman. today, and jones and a new minister stepped up demands, calling for a meeting. >> at this time, we have not heard from him, but we're still very hopeful that we will meet with them. >> pastor jones, the leader of the christian church with fewer than 50 members in gainesville, fla., is at the center of what is now become a worldwide firestorm. in the past 24 hours, local christian leaders implored the should jones a petition with
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8000 signatures from 97 countries, urging him not to burn the koran. robert gates called jones personally. in a press conference today, president obama once again urged the judge to reconsider what he called a dangerous game with american lives. >> the idea that we would burn the sacred texts of someone else's religion is contrary to what this country stands for. >> but even his intent has sparked heated debate here at home and violence overseas. one protester in afghanistan was shot and killed and nearly a dozen others hurt in demonstrations throughout the zero. near ground zero, emotions are high tint leading up to the anniversary. this year, it is now on top of that. police have a round-the-clock patrols and all around ground zero. security has been increased.
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>> our web site and facebook pages are full of comments on this story. leave your comments on our website. >> in tonight's report, the politics -- she is making racially tended statement about her opponent, suggesting his anti-crime policies would unfairly target minorities. >> racial overtones is something a lot of people are thinking about, but no one wants to discuss. we asked two experts for their opinion regarding several statements. >> i am an integral part of the
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community. >> the campaign trail is often marked by the added, in politics, perception rules. patricia jessamy is pushing the envelope. what single statement in context does not. she is speaking to the interdenominational ministerial alliance about her opponent. >> he doesn't think the prosecutors office should have been leading to do with intervention and treatment. if he is elected, he would be taking us back 60 years. >> he knowledge is that racial overtones are hard to ignore. >> it is going to be there whether we say it or not. it is elected politicians to kind of walk a fine line of
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making certain suggestions without really saying it or sometimes there may be real differences. >> early in the campaign, she charged that if for upon and is elected, the city will become a police state. >> he is going to be a rubber- stamp for the police department. >> this offer says the office has a historical resonance for african-american residents. >> it is an emotional kind of deal, because he was unseated -- >> the back in the 1970's, he played the race card. >> you must teach a lesson and the only way to do it is with a jail and was shooting people. >> those candidates are planned
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to the grassroots supporters. >> this election is a full of things. >> following a debate, she made a statement many city residents found disrespectful. >> a federal court is like a private school and a high rent district. the baltimore city attorney's office is like a public school in a low-rent district. >> it is in the context where you played to a constituency that might be more racially homogenous. >> a spokesman for the campaign says regardless of race, people want a safer city. he does not believe in a lock everybody up strategy, but will focus on the most violent offenders. >> despite six days of early voting, not a lot of people
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showed up to cast their ballots. maryland's first ever run turned out to play by% of eligible voters. that is about 77,000 people. the governor addressed below turnout at an event in west baltimore this morning. >> it will grow with every election. the first time was a learning experience for people. it will be continued to become more widely known and widely used. >> officials believe that early voting will make up about 8% of the votes cast in the primary. >> we are live also courthouse east for another state. >> attorneys in this case have five different jury panels to pick from. potential jurors were brought back today and the selection process is over. >> opening statements are set
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for monday. prosecutors will try to prove that kenneth harris was killed by three men who were robbing a nightclub. finding an impartial jury was difficult. >> one of the issues was the large amount of publicity. one of the questions was, if you know about the case, can you still be fair? it took as long as it took for us to get 12 people and four alternates who could put aside everything they knew about the case and still be fair. >> they are accused of killing harris in september of 2008. for more than 700 potential jurors, a jury of 12 people and four alternates now will hear the case. a african-american women, three african-american men and one white male. the four alternates are african- american women.
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>> baltimore city is a predominately african-american city. that tends to happen during jury selection. i do not think there were people being stricken by -- on the basis of their race. >> of the are very eager for the trial to start. we think we have a very fair jury and we appreciate them being so patient with us. >> jurors will have to be patient throughout the trial. the trial is expected to last at least a month. >> thank you. tonight, we're following some breaking news concerning an escaped inmate. he is given the central district around 2:00 this afternoon. he weighs about 185 pounds. he is being held on an attempted murder charge. if you have any information, you're asked to call 9-1-1.
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>> and other nice day today. plenty of sunshine and cooler than normal temperatures parade a little chilly at times. -- normal temperatures. a little chilly at times. you also see to our west in berlin the front. the remnants of hermine over the ohio valley. some much-needed rain is on the way, like before sunday. nice out there currently, in the mid 70's. laura 70 possiblities dead -- state line and eastern shore. it is quite to be a cool one tonight. 58 downtown. good day tomorrow. >> thank you. west baltimore is the same -- demolition started this morning to burn down the massive concrete that was supposed to be interested 70 slicing the baltimore before it was stopped. officials said the -- the
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demolition will lead to better traffic flow. >> this is the first set to bringing down the massive concrete known as the highway to know where in west baltimore. construction on highway 40 was halted in 1970's because public opposition. but not before this was constructed. >> for my entire life, the highway to know or has been an unfortunate part of baltimore's landscape. it divided communities and put a halt to the progress in one promising neighborhood. >> but not the concrete will start to come down and remove the barrier that has separated committees for decades. >> the story of this year beginning is a story of committees coming back together. communities moving maryland forward by a becoming better connected. >> was the concrete comes down, the gruntal be leveled. the mt area will be made into
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green space for the community. -- the empty area we begin to agreed space for the community. >> weekend began the new red line efforts in earnest. the red line will create jobs for baltimore city residents and spur development along this route. >> the work is possible -- possible with federal money and the dedication of committee members said kept on fighting for their neighborhood. >> this is only the beginning. we will take one step at a time, block by block. we are determined to rebuild our neighborhood. this is more than just a parking project. >> the entire project should be completed by the fall of two dozen 12. for more information, visit our web site, wbaltv.com. >> that will be very nice for that community. >> i think so. >> still ahead, an incident
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between justin bieber and maryland state troopers. >> we have video of the incident captured myself on. >> this is not about race. this is not about socioeconomics. >> she represents maryland's 43rd district in the state senate. she is in a race to keep her job. our latest profile, and u.s. 5:30. >> it is the first purple friday embassies and
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>> we have an update tonight at a store we broke yesterday. we have obtained video of the water boiling incident involving justin bieber. it it shows some allegedly throwing water balloons before his concert last sunday. two troopers were hit and one of those balloons burst and so part of the officer's uniform. on the video, we hear someone say, you were going to get locked out. so far, no charges have been filed. the agency is still gathering all the facts. we oppose this entire bill on our website, wbaltv.com. >> -- we post to this entire video on our website.
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>> of johns hopkins scientists have identified two genes critical to a very and clear cell carcinoma. it is one of the most aggressive forms of cancer. it may cause 10% of the very end cancer cases. the discovery could lead to new treatments for ovarian cancer and a better understanding between the link between cancer and endometriosis. it alarming national suicide trends have launched a federal program. the national action alliance for suicide prevention will find better research, better training, and better marketing of services to the highest risk groups. >> it is always a horrible tragedy to see a service member safely off the battlefield, only to lose them to this kurds. we can and we must and we will do better. >> along with military members, other high-risk groups are native alaskans, young latinos,
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gay and lesbian youth, and middle-aged men. it is the third leading cause of death for young people ages 15- 24. you do not smoke to get the nicotine high and they may be hard for some parents to detect. it is lunchtime outside this school and these kids are lighting up. it is not just cigarettes that can fall into their hands. the newest products are smokeless, they come in a variety of flavors and are hard for some parents to detect. >> spearmint, peppermint, maybe their parents will not catch them smoking out the window. >> she just sort of selling the product.
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>> it would be hard to caps -- has the. you really do not see this. >> it is the only product on the market since flavored cigarettes were banned. >> this is does all global tobacco. each tablet is the equivalent of the nicotine in one cigarette. >> a teacher would die now with a kid was using it in class. a nurse might not -- a teacher would not know if a kid was using this in class. it is a nicotine products. >> anti-smoking advocates worry is that kids do not know the health risks of these products, including the array of little cigars that do give of smoke. all products that kids might be drawn to without their parents knowing. >> convenience store managers say they are careful not to sell nicotine products to kids under
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18 years of age, but anti- smoking advocates say kids pretty easily find ways to get them. hospitals may need to do more to build trust with the anti it -- with the african-american community. a new survey looks at reasons why african-americans donate blood at lower rates than whites. the results show distrust in the health-care system, including the blood donation process. >> your insta-weather-plus forecast would sandra shaw. >> i hope you enjoyed this friday. another dry day and another pleasant day. we are cooler than normal after a couple of days in the low 90's. definitely going with that ball transition. -- would fall transition. we are expecting mostly clear skies tonight. we really need the rain.
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best next shot at shoppers would be sunday. it has been 18 days today sent a we have had any measurable rainfall at the airport. it has been pretty comfortable outside. temperatures are 75 downtown, 74 at the airport. tonight, get that jacket ready. it will be a little chilly out there. tourist loanstown are at the northwest. starr should be twinkling with clear skies. -- starts to be twinkling with clear skies. 71 in the mountains of western maryland. we will be seeing sunshine to what the day tomorrow. temperature range, up 70's to 80's. haiti's -- the wind will not be bunch of a factor today.
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been here is what we have in a play. tomorrow, we will move offshore. the cold front will get through here on the date on sunday. by saturday night, some of the rainfall will be approaching. it looks like a nice balance of showers rolled through by ended sunday morning. kind of leader throughout the afternoon hours before starting to clear as we head into sunday night and monday. we -- we are looking at the tropics. this thing has been hanging out there for a while and it is likely to develop into a hurricane. 79 tomorrow, beautiful, dry first half of the weekend. 60% chance of some scattered showers throughout the day on sunday. by monday, high pressure again
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and try again. plenty of sunshine monday, tuesday, wednesday, thursday. freda, another shot at some showers. >> beautiful. there is a new computer threat that everybody should know about. this thing is particularly sneaky. we will have the details. >> talk about ravens of pride. just one of many purple friday's around town this evening. we'll take you to a few others. >> 6:00, we will hear from some maryland high school students about what they remember about september 11.
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[ male announcer ] the kfc double down. double meat, double cheese, double bacon. double awesome. get yours today. so good. ♪ so s-o g-double-o-d good >> purple friday events are under way all across the state today. these are aerial photos. look at that. students are lined up to spell the word ravens. >> loved it. >> the team is getting fans ready for the first purple friday for the season. >> it is nationals day against the jets on monday night football. >> how are you guys doing? are you all ready for some football? inn.re at the emerald ca
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these fans are already. fans all over the area are ready for the game friday night. on the first purple friday of the new football season, raven's cheerleaders and a drum line of work everywhere. >> we are going all over baltimore. we are starting out here and we are branching out. >> fans loved their ravens and purple friday's have become a baltimore football tradition. >> we love to see familiar faces. we have a great relationship with the fans. the most dedicated fans i have seen for any team. we have people who will follow was all day. did they come to all of our
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promotions. it is really exciting to see the same faces. >> we definitely enjoyed it. this is what we sign up for. >> defense came out to show their support and had a bit -- the fans came out to show their support and have a good time. >> what is about the team? >> spirit. the way they have been playing lately, we will go all the the way. no doubt about it. i am looking forward to every game. >> they are just go debtors. they just charge, charge, a charge. >> we are back. how are you doing? >> i am great. i am having so much fun. >> these fans are ready, aren't they? >> yes.
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>> this is an exciting season. are you having fun? >> yes, sir. >> thank you very much. the game is monday against the jets. they are ready. party hasn the definitely begun. the ravens broadcast is your home for prime-time football five times a week. those shows will air monday through friday and 7:30 and again at midnight. the schedules are on our website, wbaltv.com. >> still ahead, we will recap today's top stories.
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officials fear that number will rise. we will have an update. >> she made history in the maryland state legislature, but the senator said she is no politician. >> the president took a tough questions on everything from koran burning to the economy. we will bring you the latest.
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everyone knows a fee is a tax. you raised some taxes during that period, particularly the property tax as well as a lot of fee increases. as you know, there's a big difference between fees and taxes. but...they're the same. it's a tax. it's a tax. it's a tax. it's a tax. there's a big difference between fees and taxes. fees and taxes are one in the same. if it comes out of my pocket, it's a tax. now he says it isn't true. we didn't raise taxes. what? still doing the same thing, paying out more money. typical politician. definitely. >> live, local, latebreaking.
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>> she is represented north east baltimore for a dozen years, but tonight john carter, he is in a tough fight to keep your job. a former firefighter is taking on a fiery lawmaker in the battle for the senate seat in the fourth district. joan carterator mccai conway emerges from her headquarters, she may look like a politician, but she does not want to be when. >> elected officials are adamant about -- you are not necessarily concerned about the immediate.
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>> whatever you call it, this tenacious lawmaker knows that a campaign and how to work for district. >> what school do you go to? that is an excellent school. i am the first -- i am not gone to keep you long. i represent the district. >> a fast and furious campaigner drabble's with a purple army of supporters, the 59 year-old has held her senate seat since 1997. she serves as chairman of the education and environmental affairs committee. the resident has been compared to national democrats. other women at known for never shying away from a fight. >> it is not about race or socioeconomics. it is about the fairness of everything. it is not even about gender. >> the former baltimore city
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council member cites her accomplishments as supporting projects like the revitalization of belvedere square. >> i'd think we have done a very good job in terms of looking at the economy and the type of legislation that we passed. it is not an easy task to get that legislation through. >> a piece of legislation that did not get through, the direct ship wine bill, continues to be a thorny campaign issue. she did not support the effort to allow all the internet sale of wine in baltimore. >> people do not care about direct ship. my people care about access to education and safe neighborhoods, lowering of the crime rate. >> with her candid and passionate style, she was to return to annapolis.
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she wants to continue to fight forest constituents. -- for her constituents. >> the profile of the challenger aired last night. you can watch all for reports on our website, wbaltv.com. the state comptroller is now asking for the public's input about the direct wine shipping. the survey is part of a steady hosted by the state legislature. 37 states and the district of columbia do allow wine to be shipped directly to consumers. >> here is a look at several other top stories. drug tests were held along the -- protests were held around the muslim world as the koran controversy continued. a top muslim cleric said that
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muslims will fight until the last drop of blood to -- police are investigating accidents that involved drivers on the wrong side of interstate 795. what happened on -- at 3:00 this morning. he crashed head-on into a female driver. he later died. the woman is in serious condition. the first runway accidents happened this morning amid a woman in jail. we have obtained video of the water below an incident involving justin bieber. the video shows camps throwing water balloons before his concert sunday. two troopers were hit, what a giggle and burris and so part of the trooper's uniform. so far, no charges have been filed. the agency is of gathering all the facts. we opposed to that entire video on the front page of our
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website. -- we have posted that entire video. >> president obama had a full plate when he answered questions at the white house today. >> he was asked about a range of topics, from the koran turning to congress and the economy. we have the latest from washington. >> with democrats worried about the potential for big losses this fall, president obama was on the defensive. he blamed tough economic times he inherited, offering understanding that there is to work to be done. >> for all the progress we have made, we are not there yet. " the president of those -- voicing his own frustration. >> we could this month every american certainty and tax relief up to two under $50,000 each. why hold it all out?
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while the middle class hostage? >> controversy over a florida passed through threatened to burn the koran continue to make headlines. on the day before 9/11, not the president made an emotional pitch for the -- four americans to uphold religious tolerance. >> when we start acting as if their religion is somehow offensive, what are we saying to them? we do not differentiate between them and us. it is just us. >> the divided over religion now one of many chasms confronting the president. the country heads toward the number -- the emotional anniversary, at the midterm elections, and an ongoing struggle with a sluggish economy. the president said the economy will be his primary focus moving forward. as for the republican response, house minority leader said, have parted proposals will not end
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the uncertainty that is keeping small businesses from creating jobs. been quick still ahead, more on the computer virus that is ready to take out computers through e- mail. >> be prepared to shell out more cash for certain clothing this winter. >> de think the illusion of a girl running across the street was distracted drivers? it is part of a new rt
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>> the fda is warning the makers that they need to apply for fda approval. the fda says manufacturers are marketing the e-cigarettes as tools to quit smoking. the cigarettes involve turning nicotine liquid into a vapor mess. >> an unusual and striking sight for drivers in canada. they saw what appeared to be a young girl running across the street. it is really a 3 d illusion that
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is painted on the street. the painting is part of a safety program in vancouver to get drivers to slow down. not everyone thinks this is a good idea. some think the painting will attract much attention from drivers and cause them to hit a car or hit someone for real. others said, driving over the girl was a terrifying experience. >> it is hard to see on television. after 24 years of the oprah winfrey show, the final season kicks off on monday. it will have a preview. >> now that students are back in the classroom, it may be hard to keep the communication habits they developed over the summer. we will take a look at testing. >> it feels like a fall in the air today. tonight, it will be downright chilly. i will break down that seven-day forecast. 75 out of the airport. i'm bob ehrlich.
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i'm not the kind of guy who likes to hang on the sidelines. today maryland is in trouble. we're worse off than we were four years ago. dangerous debt, higher taxes, not enough jobs. we need real leadership to turn this state around. fix the budget -- honestly. grow small businesses -- really. excellent schools -- everywhere. protect the bay -- finally. it's why i'm running. to make the state we love not just good but great. now let's get down to work.
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>> here is a look at what we are rking on. on the eve of the ninth anniversary of the terrorist acts -- the text of september 11, high-school students reflect on what happens. was one of the candidate anti- crime policies unfairly target minorities? that is in tonight's report. we will have these stories and much more when you join us
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>> fire crews in california continued to drench the smoldering ruins of a san francisco suburb that was destroyed by an overnight natural gas explosion. >> a ruptured around 6:30 last night. i least four people are confirmed dead.
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>> the massive explosion erupted into an inferno as a engulfed this neighborhood. 38 homes destroyed. >> it just shook your body. you could feel the intensity of the fire. >> flames reached as high as 100 feet in the air. the explosion could be heard for miles. sending residents fleeing to safety. >> you could see flames, you could see people running down the street. i was in the car. >> firefighters battle -- battled the flames from the ground. the 15 acre look more like a forest fire, not the center of a suburban neighborhood. >> it was pretty devastating. >> residents were treated to the hills around the neighborhood
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did it surveyed the destruction. >> it is that greenhouse. and looks like everything on the other side is gone. >> hospitals are treating nearly two dozen patients, three listed in critical condition. >> we know that a natural gas line ruptured yesterday around 6:24 p.m. but we do not know what caused it or what happens. we will find out sen. >> now that the flames are out, firefighters are back in the neighborhood trying to determine if it is safe for residents to return. all the emotional devastation to this committee is only as beginning. >> -- only just beginning. >> your insta-weather-plus forecast with sandra shaw. >> we began today at the airport at 54 degrees. a chilly start.
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warm duck into the upper 70's today, that is cooler than the normal. we will be down to below 50's tonight. a little bit of cloud cover. it will clear out later on tonight. more promising is this cold front to our west. it will give us a good chance of some showers as we head into the second half of the weekend. pleasant out there currently. -- we're the mid '70s in the mid 70's in the metropolitan area. because of the influence of the harbor, 61 was the morning low. tomorrow, the record high is 100. it will be secure for sure. the overnight forecast calls for it mostly clear skies. 50 in the outlying areas. 58 in the downtown area. tomorrow's forecast is another
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nice one. the temperature range is from a 78-81. more sunshine tomorrow. no problems expected on the chesapeake bay waters. waves are only 1 foot. the high pressure that was over as today is already flying off shore, so it will be off and the atlantic. we have a warm front to our south. but the cold front will be dragging across the area as we head into sunday. when more dry day, but take a look at how this shows you're sunday. by midmorning, a decent rain expected. the rain will dissipates by sunday afternoon. as we head into mind, we are dry again. as far as the tropics go, we are not entering a tropical storm. not too impressive right now.
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the bottom line is a mixed bag this week and operate 79 and sunni tomorrow. a good chance of showers a lot the day on sunday. 81 on monday, 79 tuesday, 78 wednesday. >> there is work tonight of the new malicious computer worm. it is attacking pcs through e- mail. e-mail asks you to click the embedded blank and points to a program file. when the user clicks the link, the computer of automatically launch is a malicious file. it can spread from computer to computer over a local network. install a complete anti virus software. kids across the country are back to school. texting in the classroom is going on in record numbers.
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>> have you ever in a classroom? >> yes. >> this student is not alone. according to -- 43% of high- school students say they text during class. >> it is addictive because it is instant. >> after a summer, it is not easy to turn off this communication habits. 17% of the students who text in class said they do it constantly. >> there has been notes in class and talking with your friends. this is just another tool. >> more than half of the students say they text their friend and the same classroom. that is not all. those same students a 66% get text in class from their parents. >> it is the way they communicate, so i need to communicate with them. >> i will text and pray that their phone is off. >> i figured they will reply back when they can. >> most polls have a policy.
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at the kid is caught texting in the classroom, they will take away their telephone. >> the challenge of this new school year begins. the challenge of teaching. >> there should be no distractions during the classroom. we're not saying there should be. i do not think that is the case. >> i do not think they should be and class. >> only 26% of the students in the survey think it is wrong to text in class. >> it could cost you a little more for that morning cup of joe. coffee prices hit a 13-year high on wednesday. price hikes have already been announced for green mountain, folders, and the soldiers or miss left france.
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he may have to dig deeper in your pockets to pay for cotton clothing. cotton futures were at their highest closing cost since 1995. large retailers like wal-mart by many of the retail items from china. your jeans and dirty shirts could cost you more. >> -- and your t-shirt. >> after 24 seasons, oprah kicks off her farewell season on monday. john travolta johns the queen of daytime talk for the 25th season premiere. the show will also feature appearances by celebrity guests and a surprise musical performance. dreams come true for some low key -- lucky to be worse. you can catch the farewell season of oprah at 4:00. >> reflecting on the september
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11 terrorist attacks. >> tomorrow will be nine years. how one high school is reflecting on that event, coming up. >> prison awareness to a disease that is called the silent killer that is called the silent killer -- raising the awareness everyone knows a fee is a tax. you raised some taxes during that period, particularly the property tax as well as a lot of fee increases. as you know, there's a big difference between fees and taxes. but...they're the same. it's a tax. it's a tax. it's a tax. it's a tax.
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there's a big difference between fees and taxes. fees and taxes are one in the same. if it comes out of my pocket, it's a tax. now he says it isn't true. we didn't raise taxes. what? still doing the same thing, paying out more money. typical politician. definitely.
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>> it is often called the silent killer. ovarian cancer is one of the deadliest cancers for women. >> one woman is trying to raise awareness for the disease. >> see the color pink on a woman's toes and you think nothing of it? teal, on the other hand, it is an unconventional nail color.
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>> it is eye-catching. it is definitely a conversation starter. >> it is the official color for ovarian cancer awareness. cancer survivor decided to put that color where anybody could see it, on her finger and toe nails. she started an organization. the idea is that people noticed the pedicure and ask about it. in the different conversations about the bank's sides of of varying cancer, bloating, and donald payne. -- i donald payne. >> the symptoms persist more than eight weeks. they're often getting worse as opposed to getting better. >> she found many women confused of varying cancer with cervical cancer. >> it is not what you get your pap smear for. it is not what we have a vaccine for.
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>> there is no effective screening for ovarian cancer for the general population. >> hundreds of women and some men have posted photos of their own and teal toes on facebook. it is one woman submission to spread awareness one toe at a time. >> i like a teel tall. a very pretty. that is all for us at 5:00. >> we will rebroadcast is tonight at 7:00. >> here is a look at what is coming up. >> we have been 18 straight days without any rainfall. the trend might change by the weekend. >> the perception of racial overtones in the context
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>> live, local, latebreaking. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- a good evening. our big story tonight, they say that truth is the first casualty in the heated political campaign. perception can always be most -- just as lethal. >> she is making racially tense statement about her opponents. she suggested anti-crime policies would unfairly target minorities. david collins is live in the newsroom. >> over the past several weeks, city state's attorney is charged that if for upon it wins, the city will become a police state. she claims that his victory would set us back 60 years. some perceive these steep -- a statement as having racial overtones. >> i am an interco parts of the committee. >> the campaign trail is marked >> the campaign trail is marked

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